Opinion

ARE WE FED UP WITH GOVERNMENT OR THE THESPIANS WE ELECT?

ARE WE FED UP WITH GOVERNMENT OR THE THESPIANS WE ELECT?

on May 25, 2014, 6:46 AM / in Opinion

An Opinion Editorial By William Haupt III, Author,  It Takes A Movement “When you walk into the theater for a night out, do you leave your politics at the door? Or do you expect to see the big issues of the day reflected on the stage?” (Paul Hicks, Oregon Art’s Watch) There seems to be a recurring message resonating around […]

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The Specter Haunting Europe

The Specter Haunting Europe

on May 23, 2014, 7:09 AM / in Opinion

Memorial Day will likely bring alarmist headlines in the elite media about a populist fever raging in Europe, and manifest in the shocking returns from the elections for the European Parliament. Marine Le Pen’s National Front may run first in France, and Nick Farage’s UK Independence Party first in Britain. What is happening in Europe? In his unpublished “Leviathan and […]

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Why John Boehner Hates The Tea Party

Why John Boehner Hates The Tea Party

on May 23, 2014, 7:07 AM / in Opinion

This column is archived here. What is now called the Tea Party began in 2007 as a loosely-organized yet highly-motivated grassroots support effort for Congressman Ron Paul’s bid for the White House. Since those early days, a lot has happened to the Tea Party. For one thing, the Tea Party is now much larger and broader than any one person’s […]

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The Answer to Rush Limbaugh’s Question

The Answer to Rush Limbaugh’s Question

on May 22, 2014, 8:23 AM / in Opinion

Traveling down I-95 headed home to Florida from visiting Mary and my parents in Maryland and West Virginia, I found myself yelling in frustration at my radio. Rush Limbaugh asked who gives the Left power to silence opposition, control speech, get people fired or ordered into sensitivity training? Rush rattled off numerous examples to prove his point including a mere […]

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Another Week of Government Lawlessness

Another Week of Government Lawlessness

on May 22, 2014, 8:14 AM / in Opinion

What if the federal government is shameless? What if it personifies the adage of do as I say and not as I do? What if it does the very things it prosecutes others for doing? What if it has written laws and enacted procedures so that it can spy and kill, while it charges others with doing just that? What […]

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The arbitrariness of campaign finance law

The arbitrariness of campaign finance law

on May 22, 2014, 7:29 AM / in Opinion

George Will on why you may be out of luck if you’re the thirteenth donor in Minnesota. [syndicated/Owatonna, Minn., People’s Press] In a different sense, however, campaign finance law can be seen as quite calculated as opposed to arbitrary: Eugene McCarthy, a Democrat who represented Minnesota in the U.S. Senate from 1959 to 1971, said that in Washington anything said […]

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None to Make Them Afraid?

None to Make Them Afraid?

on May 22, 2014, 7:27 AM / in Opinion

Washington weighed in on religious liberty. he justices of the Supreme Court have returned to chambers to make their decision in the latest Obamacare case, and I wonder whether they are going to consult George Washington’s letter to the Jews. He sent it in 1790, at the beginning of his presidency, in reply to the welcome addressed to him by […]

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White People Be Playing the Race Card

White People Be Playing the Race Card

on May 22, 2014, 6:41 AM / in Opinion

By Larry Elder / TownHall.com I’m old enough to remember when only black people called black people “Uncle Tom.” Democrats, however, long expanded the category of who can play the race card and on whom. Call them equal opportunity race-card players. As with black race-card hustlers — say the Revs. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton or any given host on MSNB-Hee-Haw […]

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Obama is President Passive over the Veterans Affairs scandal

Obama is President Passive over the Veterans Affairs scandal

on May 22, 2014, 6:30 AM / in Opinion

By Dana Milbank / Washington Post It doesn’t inspire great confidence that President Obama, on the day he finally decided to comment about excessive wait times for veterans’ medical appointments, showed up late to read his statement. The White House briefing room is only about 100 feet from the Oval Office, but Obama arrived 13 minutes after the scheduled time […]

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The Globalization of Special Forces

The Globalization of Special Forces

on May 22, 2014, 6:08 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

The Art of War By Manlio Dinucci Special Forces have been designed to use military means to conduct unconventional warfare operations, mainly to cause riots and murder political opponents. Washington already secretly used them in 78 countries, while denying the very existence of their missions, although their budget exceeds 10 billion dollars annually. The globalization of these forces should enable […]

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GM Sure Recalled A Lot Of Cars Right After The Feds Sold Their Shares

GM Sure Recalled A Lot Of Cars Right After The Feds Sold Their Shares

on May 22, 2014, 6:02 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Sean Davis / the Federalist According to recent reports, GM just recalled another 2.4 million vehicles this week, bringing the total number of recalled GM vehicles this year to a record 13.6 million. USA Today got right to the point when it asked, “Are there any GM cars that haven’t been recalled?” The rapid pace of General Motors recalls is […]

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Who Needs The United States? Not Russia And China

Who Needs The United States? Not Russia And China

on May 22, 2014, 5:38 AM / in National News, News, Opinion

By Michael Snyder / ChrisInMaryville’s Blog Russia and China have just signed what is being called “the gas deal of the century”, and the two countries are discussing moving away from the U.S. dollar and using their own currencies to trade with one another.  This has huge implications for the future of the U.S. economy, but the mainstream media in the […]

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McConnell for Senate

McConnell for Senate

on May 21, 2014, 8:24 AM / in Opinion

By: Erick Erickson / Red State I genuinely like and rooted for Matt Bevin. But his campaign made an early mistake that got amplified through the course of the campaign. He needed to give the reason “why him” instead of “why not McConnell.” Instead, he got beaten in the definition game, outspent, and overrun. Matt Bevin will not be the […]

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Bill Clinton’s Amazing Military Career

Bill Clinton’s Amazing Military Career

on May 21, 2014, 8:21 AM / in Opinion

Editor’s Note: I have always felt that a requirement for President is an understanding of the military and to have served in some capacity there of. by bjjangles / The Internet Post Bill Clinton’s Amazing Military Career: Oh! You didn’t know he had a military career? Bill got about $12 million for s some help for them since their memories […]

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Why We Home School Our Kids

Why We Home School Our Kids

on May 21, 2014, 7:58 AM / in Opinion

By Ryan Finlay / ReCraigslist.com If you bumped into me on the street, you probably wouldn’t assume I had any kids. Not only do I have kids, I now have five kids, and we are home schooling each and every one of them. I wasn’t home schooled myself, and I came from a family where my father was a dentist […]

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A Question for Those Who Believe in Homosexual Scouts

A Question for Those Who Believe in Homosexual Scouts

on May 21, 2014, 7:37 AM / in Opinion

Written by  Selwyn Duke Not satisfied with having pressured the Boy Scouts of America into lifting their prohibition against openly homosexual scouts, activists now want homosexual scoutmasters to be allowed as well. Equality, you know, is the order of the day. Yet the truth is that virtually all of you who advocate this social change operate with a certain bias […]

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My Minimum Wage Battle

My Minimum Wage Battle

on May 21, 2014, 7:31 AM / in Opinion

Written by  Eric Minor To Quote Mr. Worf: “One cannot regain honor by acting dishonorably.” Unfortunately, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and the Seattle City Council appear to have missed that episode of “Star Trek — The Next Generation.” The mayor and many of the council seem to think there is some debt of honor they need to discharge toward the […]

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Poverty and Snow Storms

Poverty and Snow Storms

on May 21, 2014, 7:25 AM / in Opinion

Written by  Thomas Sowell Many years ago, in upstate New York, there was a lady who was caught in a fierce snow storm that produced conditions called a “whiteout.” That’s when the snow is falling so thick and fast that all you can see in any direction is just sheer white. This lady wandered around in the storm, struggling to […]

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America’s Budding Tyrants

America’s Budding Tyrants

on May 21, 2014, 7:23 AM / in Opinion

Written by  Walter E. Williams From the Nazis to the Stalinists, tyrants have always started out supporting free speech, and why is easy to understand. Speech is vital for the realization of their goals of command, control and confiscation. Basic to their agenda are the tools of indoctrination, propagandizing, proselytization. Once they gain power, as leftists have at many universities, […]

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ENEMIES ON THE LEFT FALSE FRIENDS ON THE RIGHT

ENEMIES ON THE LEFT FALSE FRIENDS ON THE RIGHT

on May 20, 2014, 7:08 AM / in Opinion

PART 1 By Kelleigh Nelson “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the […]

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